Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso aims to mobilise all internal and external sources of finance in support of its national development plan and the SDGs.

In Burkina Faso, the low level of national resources to finance the SDGs is a key constraint to development. Through its INFF process, the government aims to address this challenge by developing an integrated strategy to mobilise internal and external sources of public and private finance. Developing and implementing the financing strategy requires assessing funding needs, risks and policy constraints, effectively integrating sources of financing and establishing monitoring and accountability mechanisms with proper governance and coordination.

The government is particularly focused on mainstreaming gender-sensitive budgeting across national ministries and establishing planning processes and funding systems that are more inclusive of non-state actors, including the private sector, NGOs, women’s organisations and other development partners.

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